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  • 6th-dimensional wanderer

  • Writer, Publisher; Humorist, Essayist, and contributing composer of USA's foundational legal-political documents

  • commercial developer and enjoyer of life's pleasures




Members of the Founding Fathers Group

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Portrait from the National Portrait Gallery, London

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1785-1788 * President of Pennsylvania

1765-1779 * USA Minister to France

1775-1776 * USA Postmaster General

Writer + Publisher + Printer

Humorist + Essayist + Journalist

Scientist + Inventor + Ambassador + Negotiator

Free-thinker + Visionary

Architect and Guide of the American Revolution

Progressive businessman

Founding Father

Benjamin Franklin

a.k.a. Benjamin Josiah Franklin

Earth-birth Sunday-17-Jan-1706

dematerialization 17-Apr-1790 (age 84)


"The only thing more expensive than education is ignorance."

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Inventor + Diplomat + Printer + Writer + Revolutionary + Free-Thinker * 1706-1790 * Benjamin Franklin

birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Franklin * tentatively rectified by BP Lama Jyotishavidya

charts + graphs + tables = produced by Shri Jyoti Star * adapted by BP Lama


astrodatabank.com quotes: "christened on the Sunday of the morning that he was born" . Time of birth: Knowing the Sunday Service customs of the day, it can be conjectured that he was born near noon with enough lead time that the family could tidy up for Church. Franklin's family was very large with many sibling helpers and they were accustomed to producing babies. It may have been a standard family task to swaddle Yet, another new baby and get it promptly to the sacristy .

Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Nativities

Krittika-Pleyades

Agneya * Riksya * Karthika * Alcyone


BPL commentary

For Krittika births of a masculine valence, the condition of radiant, romantic, intelligent, creative, idealistic, central, confident, gaming, self-reflexive, pitrikaraka Surya may considerably affect the outcome.

For those born into the splendidly Surya-ruled paradigm of Riksya, father-figures, politicians, celebrity, royalty, entitled roles, brilliant dramatists, radiant deities, sparkling genius, glittering creativity, intelligentsia, speculators, poets, romantic lovers, gamblers, and game-players may be especially influential.

Instructional guidance provided by emissaries from the civilizations of the Pleyades. Their purpose is confidence-raising and light-bringing in creative pursuit of values fulfillment.


Radiant Certainty

Agneya-born gentlemen are often found in politics, in gambling and speculation, or in creative finance. Natural dramatists, Riksya-born are brightly idealistic and self-directed seekers of attention.

Mesha pada 1 represents nakshatra-pati Surya's empowerment in romance and celebrity entitlements. In the rashi of Champion Mangala, sparkling Surya asserts radiant genius. Typically pada 1 are dramatists, politicians, royalty, celebrity, creative artists, and unique charismatic figures.

Vrishabha - Urisha-pada-2-3-4 express the tension between two-party bargainer Zukra versus one-party autocratic singular nakshatra-pati Surya. Often the intelligence of pada 2-3-4 is focused into the Values-fulfilling sectors of banking and finance, natural resource conservation, music, wines and perfumes, arts, and beauty. Depending on Yogakaraka Shani ruler of 9+10, the Vrishabha pada of Krittika have a stronger propensity toward government positions.

Themes of self-importance, individual entitlement, creativity, and confidence may contextualize Krittika's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Krittika-Pleyades

QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 80


"A proud, dignified, and honorable person

  • - an executive type.

He is very ambitious and eager for power

  • and has the ability to achieve his desires.

He has an innate sense of the importance of his destiny .

He expects everything to come to him as his due

  • and usually gets what he sets out to obtain ."


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"BenFranklinDuplessis " by Joseph-Siffrein Duplessis - http://www.npg.si.edu/exh/brush/ben.htm . Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

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Way to Wealth 1706-1790 printer ambassador Benjamin Franklin * uttama * BJF was attacked by loyalist agents sent via his own son William, who was working as the Colonial Governor of New Jersey

The eldest son of Way to Wealth 1706-1790 printer ambassador Benjamin Franklin was born out of wedlock, and given to foster parents until the child was an older toddler. When Franklin's second child was born into an acknowledged union, the first child was restored to the family. Later this child became a dominant political figure William Franklin governor of New Jersey (Chandra rules 5-politics and 5 contains uttama-Guru) and as a staunch royalist also a virulent enemy of his Revolutionary father. As governor, William issued a warrant for his father Ben's arrest on suspicion of sedition.

Way to Wealth 1706-1790 printer ambassador Benjamin Franklin * Zukra-yuti-Mangala * repeatedly beseeched to accept governance authority in the revolutionary regime, Franklin repeatedly declined. He was much more interested in theoretical and philosophical matters, and he enjoyed traveling back and forth to Britain as a free agent without a limiting formal agenda. He did much governance work behind the scenes (12th). Franklin provided values-based principled guidance to most of the Early American leaders (10). However, he was 30-40 years elder to most of them and his patronage (9) was fatherly (9).

Way to Wealth 1706-1790 printer ambassador Benjamin Franklin * Vriddhi-pati-11 nichha-Shani-2 creates a substantial Dhana-Yoga, and artha ruler of 2 in 10 suggests that the collected assets involve governance work. Yet nichha-Shani indicates that the work is demanding and the family of origin (2) is not supportive. Therefore, one begins with no capitalization (2) from the family coffers. It is a yoga of self-made wealth via determination and hard work with regular delays and much resistance compounded by the rulers of 4, 6, and 7 residing in bhava-11. Franklin was a prime mover of the Commonwealth of the new American Republic. He dealt with angry, blaming, intractable (Mesha-Shani) people and developed community organizations of Shani-survival and resistance such as fire-fighting brigade. In the end he died a wealthy man and left a legacy of open cross-Atlantic trade with former British enemies as well as stronger inter-trading links between the mutually suspicious and blaming individual confederated states.

Way to Wealth 1706-1790 printer ambassador Benjamin Franklin had Surya-11 ruling bhava-6 with no graha in 6 and Surya-yuti-Budha. He was a businessman who offered to help the new American Republic to negotiate the end to the enduring Revolutionary War. After the end of the war, many trade agreements were broken, and bridges burned; Franklin volunteered to restore the relationships. In the context of problematic, war-driven detente he also made commercial connections of immediate value to his own business. Whenever there was a need to repair broken relationships, Franklin was the first choice... also Simha = his 7th-from-Chandra agreements. Conditions of war, disputes, treachery, broken promises, betrayal, exploitation and injustice served to enhance his economic gainfulness it is true but the war hostilities remained throughout his lifetime. And while he died a quite wealthy man, his marital troubles never ceased.

Way to Wealth 1706-1790 printer ambassador Benjamin Franklin served (6) the economic system of the new American Republic (11) at a time of violent divorce between the American colony and its master-partner Great Britain in conditions of blaming, accusation, exploitation and greed. Because Franklin was willing to work with the angry, aggrieved victims-6 (mainly British merchants whose contracts had been guaranteed by the Crown) he was able not only to restore the post-war flow of trade but also to improve his personal economic situation.

Way to Wealth 1706-1790 printer ambassador Benjamin Franklin + Budha. Franklin eschewed government office in order to retain his creative empowerments. He was a remarkable autocrat largely unimpeded by the moral conventions of his day. However vidya-pati-5 Surya-Makara-10 is owned and aspected by Professor Shani, so Franklin was a sober and effective agent of political institutionalization for the new country USA as well as an independent literary figure with a uniquely personalized (5) lifestyle.

Biographical events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha calendar



Rahu Mahadasha * age birth until age 4

17-Jan-1706 Earth-birth in Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony, British America * Rahu-Zukra bhukti * Zukra lagnesha


Guru Mahadasha * age 4 until age 20

1718 (BJF age 12) apprenticed to his older brother James, a Boston printer. James was a harsh boss but at the same time Franklin learned a lifetime trade + began publishing essays. * Guru-Budha bhukti * Budha rules 7-profession and Budha rules 4-foundational schooling

1721 (BJF age 16) fled the bonded servitude of the apprenticeship and moved to Philadelphia working as a printer * Guru-Zukra bhukti * Zukra rogesha mistreatment + lagnesha identity

1722 (BJF age 16) Franklin becomes a vegetarian * Guru-Chandra bhukti * Chandra rules 3-mental habits

1724 (BJF age 18) emigrated to London, where he again found work as a printer * Guru-Rahu chidradasha

1725 (BJF age 20) in London, published his first pamphlet "A Dissertation on Liberty & Necessity, Pleasure and Pain" * Guru-Rahu chidradasha


Shani Mahadasha * age 20 until age 39

1726 (BJF age 20) return to Philadelphia * Shani-Shani svabhukti

1727 (BJF age 21) Suffered the first of many attacks of pleurisy * Shani-Shani svabhukti * begin Sade-Sati

1730 (BJF age 24) Franklin's shop chosen as the official government printer for British colonial Pennsylvania * Shani-Budha bhukti * Budha printing

1730 celebrated the birth of child-1 William * Shani-Budha bhukti * Budha putra-pati

Sep-1730 (BJF age 24) common-law cohabitation document signed with Philadelphia woman Deborah Read. DR's mother owned Franklin's boarding house + BJF worked for DR's father. DR was legally married to a disappeared husband = legally not free to marry BJF. The document = pre-emptive protection against bigamy * Shani-Budha bhukti

1731 joins Freemasons * Shani-Budha bhukti * Budha-9 congregation

1732 celebrated the birth of child-2 Francis * Shani-Budha bhukti * Budha putra-pati

1734 (BJF age 28) elected Grand Master of Grand Lodge of Free-Masonry of Pennsylvania * Shani-Zukra bhukti * Zukra lagnesha + Zukra rules Thula 10th navamsha

1736 death of child-2 from smallpox * Shani-Surya bhukti * Surya rules 12th-from-5

1742 invented the Franklin Stove, which is still used in some American rural fireplaces * Shani-Rahu bhukti

1743 celebrated the birth of child-3, daughter Sally. She would be BJF's loyal aide throughout life * Shani-Guru chidradasha

16-Jan-1745 grieved the decease of father Josiah Franklin * Shani-Guru chidra-dasha * Guru rules pitrimaraka 2nd-from-9th and 12th-from-Surya


Budha Mahadasha * age 39 until age 56

1748 BJF takes a business partner who manages daily affairs, while BJF pursues his scientific interests. BJF continues to earn from his shop + his numerous franchise shops * Budha-Ketu bhukti * Ketu-7 disengaged partnership

08-May-1752 (BJF age 44) grieved the decease of mother Abiah Folger Franklin * Budha-Surya bhukti * Surya rules 7th-from-Chandra

1753 reputation increased = published the discovery of how to install lightning rods on large and small buildings * Budha-Chandra bhukti * Chandra-10 reputation rules 3-publications

1753 becomes Postmaster General for British America * Budha-Chandra bhukti * Chandra-10 government rules 3-letters

1759 awarded honorary doctorate from St Andrews University * Budha-Guru bhukti * Guru rules 11 awards for work accomplished

1759 (BJF age 53) moves semi-permanently to England, although he continues to make visits to the USA + accepts short-term governance roles * Budha-Shani chidradasha * Shani-12 distant lands

30-Apr-1762 Awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Law from Oxford University. * Budha-Shani chidradasha * Shani rules 10 public honors


Ketu Mahadasha * age 56 until age 63

Oct-1764 * BJF (happily) lost his elected seat in the Pennsylvania Assembly. Abandoning his family, he quietly returned to London * Ketu-Chandra bhukti * Chandra rules 12th-from-4th = loss of local anchor

1766 (BJF age 60) sold his famed printing business to longtime partner, thus cutting the final tie to Philadelphia * Ketu-Rahu bhukti


Zukra Mahadasha * age 65 until age 84

1773 The Hutchinson Letters BJF's discovery and disclosure of this correspondence (in London) between colonial governors effectively started the American Revolution * Zukra-Chandra bhukti * Chandra-10 governance rules-3 letters

16-Dec-1774 (BJF age 68) grieved the decease of wife Deborah Read in Philadelphia. BJF did not return from London for her funeral * Zukra-Chandra bhukti * Chandra rules 12th-from-7th-from-Chandra

1775 (BJF age 69) former postmaster Franklin manages the Revolutionary committee to conduct secret correspondence with foreign powers * Zukra-Chandra bhukti * Chandra-10 governance rules-3 letters

1776 (BJF age 70) chaired the committee to draft the USA Declaration of Independence * Zukra-Rahu bhukti * Rahu-Urisha * Rahu in bhava-1 persuasive personality

1778 negotiated the Treaty of Alliance with France * Zukra-Rahu bhukti * Rahu-Urisha * Rahu in bhava-1 persuasive personality

1783 (BJF age 77) negotiated the Treaty of Paris that finally ended the USA Revolutionary War (1775-83) * Zukra-Shani bhukti * Shani karmesha authority * Shani-12 distant lands

1787 (BJF age 81) delegate to USA Constitutional Convention * Zukra-Budha bhukti * Budha rules 5-politics

17-Apr-1790 (BJF age 84) dematerialization * Zukra-Mangala bhukti * Mangala maraka rules Ketu-7

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later-life portrait of Benjamin Franklin in the Smithsonian collection


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Benjamin Franklin by Jean-Baptiste Greuze, c1777


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Distinctive features of the nativity

Surya * pitri-karaka (father) * jyoti-karaka (light)

  • Surya-Makara-Draco * Savitra * the stimulator * brightly charismatic confidence of Center-stage Surya radiates through the hierarchical structuring rashi of Shani
  • Surya in bhava-9 * karako bhavo nashto * icon of sacred teachings * intelligent patronage * geo-politics * bright preaching * focus on beliefs * philosophical entitlements * self-righteous dad * sanctimonious pontificator * eye on humanistic worldview * confident ideologue * sparkling center of global doctrine * father may be a politician-philosopher-preacher-professor
  • Surya-yuti-Budha * confidently conversational * bright messenger * entitled to discuss * creatively intelligent sibling-cohort * discursive father-figure * gestures conduct the spiritual rays of the Sun * radiantly descriptive * articulate in drama * skillful game-player * self-confident announcements * talks about ideals * narrative of power-politics * recites love poems * describes divine romance

Dad = Josiah Franklin, an English-born Boston tradesman + tithingman in the Congregationalist Church Surya in bhava-9. The father of 17 children by two wives, Dad was known to have been patronizing and self-righteous in character. Karako bhavo nashto

Dad worked as a fabric dyer in England. He switched to making soap and candles when he moved to Boston age 25. Family observers recalled that dad wanted young Benjamin to be a religious minister, but instead dad took BJF our of school after only two years and indentured BJF to an elder brother who was a printer.

Surya in bhava-9 bandhesha in 6th-from-4th indicates a strong-willed father who would have been mainly concerned with his roles in household parenting (4) and social respect Surya-Makara-Draco at church (9).

CAREER - SURYA

bhava-9 * doctrine * fortune * wisdom * philosophy * theory * global perpective

In a time of intolerantly sectarian catechism, BJF was an advocate of common sense in lieu of received truth.

Although open to listening to various ethical arguments, BJF was not an adherent of any particular sacred teaching nor any fixed political doctrine or any specific scientific ideology.


Chandra * matrikaraka (mother) * garha-karaka (village)

  • Chandra in Sadachbia-Varuna * calmed by mixed networks * protectors of universal mingling * soothed by risky marketplaces * needs to make expedient social connections
  • Chandra-Kumbha * comforted by networks * sensitive to connectivity * needs community
  • Chandra in classroom-10 * comfortable with law-and-order * socially recognized protector * parental style of leadership * Familiar Face to the public * sensitive to social protocol * accustomed to regulations * soothed by peak position * acculturated to executive routines * settled into the rhythm of respected roles * feels the repeating pulse of elite status * calmed by climbing hierarchical steps * anchored into lawful responsibility * undulating authority

CAREER - CHANDRA

Marriage

"The good or ill hap

of a good or ill life

is the good or ill choice

of a good or ill wife" (Ben Franklin's letter to his son William, on the topic of marriage)

Lifepartner for Chandra-10

  • Simha-4
  • ruled by a weakened Makara-Surya-9 in 6th-from-4th.
  • 7th navamsha Makara contains Ketu
  • dissociating Ketu in classroom-7 offers a growth-challenge to contractual engagement
  • Mula-Mangala in bhava-8 * Zukra-yuti-Mangala rules yuvatibhava.
  • According to historians, free-thinking BJF was a regular customer of Philadelphia prostitutes. Deborah's opinion on this practice is not recorded. However, BJF's reputation was not tarnished due to the double protections of Vimala Yoga and Harsha Yoga

In the masculine nativity, Zukra-yuti-Mangala suggests bisexuality ++ two life-partners

  • first partnership dedicated to security and parenting (4)
  • second partnership = generally a friendship (11)

BJF had marital problems, but home-avoidance was easy and divorce was never necessary. Since BJF was never legally married, he had no concern with divorce.

  • During Ketu-Ketu svabhukti, BJF simply walked away from his common-law wife and his grown children.
  • When his wife died in Philadelphia, BJF was living in London
  • Despite the 44 years of their alliance, BJF did not return to Philadelphia for Deborah's funeral.

In 1723 (BJF age 18) Franklin had proposed marriage to DR. His suit was rejected by Deborah's mother (not by Deborah). BJF then left and worked in England for three years during which time he failed to communicate with Deborah. Ketu in classroom-7

Following her mother's wishes, DR had married another available suitor. She was swiftly abandoned by her first husband, who also absconded with her dowry and fled to Barbados. Due to the bigamy laws of the day, DR could not remarry without showing clear evidence that her husband was dead. Conclusive proof of his decease proved impossible to obtain.

In their common-law marriage, Deborah Read was loyal to BJF by all accounts. Yet, observers commented the BJF was not entirely loyal to her. The mother of his second and third children, she also raised Franklin's first son William -- who in all likelihood was in truth her biological son. She helped diligently in the printing shop and kept a welcoming house. Deborah was often ill. BJF enjoyed frequent, extended travels.

6/8 shad-ashtakya angles from Chandra-Kumbha

  • The revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra becomes bhava-5-Kanya politics

  • Particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming political conditions

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra becomes bhava-3-Karkata

  • Chandra Bhukti can provoke emotional disagreements with the routinized folk culture and expected safety of commercial business enterprise (3)


Kuja * bhratru-karaka (brother) * virya-karaka (virile)

* Vimala yoga

  • Mangala-Dhanuzya * vigorous development of humanistic worldview * energized inspiration * thrust toward doctrinal expansion * proactive teaching-preaching * promotes philosophical globalism * champion of broad understanding * pursues patronage
  • Mangala in bhava-8 * drive toward discovery * pursuit of rebirth * revolutionary dynamics * aggressive approach to emergency events * energetic transformations * vigorous revelations * explosive eruptions * unexpected force * pushes through camouflage * mysterious conquests * pro-active rejuvenating surgeries
  • Kuja-yuti-Zukra * dual sexuality * energized bargaining * dynamic trading * masculine force joins feminine allure * kinetic sensuality * productive arrangements * competitive mating * vigorously balance-seeking in partnership * pursues diplomatic resolutions * innovative arrangements

Mula-Mangala in bhava-8 rules 7-diplomacy ++ 12-distant lands

The constitutional government (10) established by BJF and Founding Fathers was articulated in a principled fashion which left room for interpretation (Mangala rules-2) and transformation (Zukra-rules-8). Predominantly, and as a vigorous response to the overthrow of rulership by hereditary royalty, BJF's vision required that the government support a free economic system (Mangala rules 11) rather than the economic system be used primarily to support the government (10 = 12th-from-11th).

the principles of social governance which BJF helped to formulate, write, and publish in the 1770's did provide the basis for a soon-to-follow explosion of American goods, services, inventions, and ideas.

Indeed, by diverse application of these innovative principles, the USA showed what was really "new" about the New World (Mangala pioneer).


Budha * jamayah-karaka (sibling) * sandeza-karaka (message) * zisya-karaka (student)

  • Budha-Makara-Draco * bureaucratic communications * articulation of lawfully orderly process * proletarian phrasing * delivers procedure for imposing rules * descriptive explanations of the social order * messages about governance * documentation of regulatory procedures * diagrams the hierarchies * status-conscious mentality * hands-arms-shoulders send normalizing gestures, conventional gestures
  • Budha in bhava-9 * narrative of father-figure * witty guru * celebrated communicator * repeats the catechism * reiterates the doctrine * skillful grandchildren * discusses patronage * detailed articulation of worldview * explains the paradigm of belief * talks about sacred texts * examines the dharma * interprets theoretical claims * delivers quick sermons * logical investigations into philosophical truths * chatty priests * religious dialogues
  • Budha-yuti-Surya * amusing explanations * entertaining chatter * central roles in communication * brightly clear descriptions * dramatic enunciation * confidently delivers instruction * articulation of radiant certainty * political messenger * talkative father-figures

Budha ruler of 4-settlement located in 11 = 8th-from-4th new identity new homeland. BJF helped to lay the foundation for the huge growth of European cultural settlement in USA .


Guru * dhava-karaka (husband) * bahuta-karaka (variety)

  • Guru-Karkata * uttama *much shelter * many caretakers * many provisions * benevolent routines * believes in defense * permission to protect * expansive patriotism * broad understanding of local cultures * develops gardens * prosperous settlements * multiple dwellings * many patronizing parent-figures
  • Guru in bhava-3 * many messages * extensive commerce * many photographs * numerous publications * several collaborators * multiple transactions * many tours * frequent business trips * many sales * numerous discussions * much detailed interaction * extensive planning operations * variety of ensemble performances * evangelistic growth * so many meetings * patron of communications technologies * in a wifely nativity, husband-figure may be a businessman-writer

Generous Guru rules the literary advertising publicity oriented Meena-11 = 3rd from Budha

Uttama-Guru-3 suggests substantial financial well-being via writing-printing-documentation-publishing.

Franklin's Autobiography is an American perennial favorite, having remained in print for nearly 225 years + consistently taught in American university literature classes.

Guru ruler of 11 suggests hisBJF's ability to profit from the aphorisms which he snatched from the folk wisdom of the local farmers (Karkata).

BJF's eldest son was notoriously difficult, even life-threatening toward his father. His first child was born out of wedlock in approximately 1730, and to this day no scholar has been able to identify the child's mother. However, scholars speculate that William's mother was likely none other than Deborah Read who while married to another man, became Franklin's life-companion. Young William first became Ben's business partner and confidante, then later William developed into a bitter political adversary.

a remarkable feature of the Franklin family line is the impetuous production of children born outside of marriage. Not only was Benjamin Franklin the father of illegitimate William, but William himself father of an illegitimate son named Temple (mother unknown) and finally Temple himself fathered an illegitimate daughter (mother known).

Guru the secretive randhresha indicates multiplicative creativities. uttama-Guru-Karkata's ruler Chandra-Kumbha indicates his imaginative (12) engagement with the then-beginning Age of Kumbha. His inventions and improvements included:

bifocals, lightning rod, library chair, swim fins, the long reach device, Franklin Stove, urinary catheter, and Daylight Savings Time. Franklin discovered and mapped the Atlantic Ocean Gulf Stream, many properties of Storms and Lightning, and other arcane items -- all of which he shared for free (declining all patents)

For each invention-or-improvement, Franklin published its complete drawings, plans, and materials (uttama-Rahu-3 publication of unusual messages).


Zukra * svadu-karaka (sweet) * kalatra-karaka (wife)

lagnesha for Urisha radical lagna

Harsha Yoga

  • Zukra-Dhanuzya * appreciation of humanistic belief * advocates for theory * attracted to teachers * agrees with priests * pleased by broad perspective * prefers inspiring partners * dogmatic arrangements * enjoys indoctrination * delighted by philosophy * aesthetic of shared worldview
  • Zukra-8 * seeks pleasure via occult secrets * enjoys rejuvenating relationships * balanced healing arts * aesthetic of non-disclosure * camouflaged arrangements * hidden equity * pleasing designs to adorn the sexual-reproductive organs * sensual sphincters * obscured finance * likes initiation * transformed by feminine-figures * delighted by sudden renewal * pleasant in-laws * appreciation of identity change
  • Zukra-yuti-Mangala * sweetened conquests * gracious competition * appreciation for pioneering innovation * aesthetic of sporting interactions * proactive negotiations * musical brother-figure * competitive contracts * accommodating sexuality * prefers relationships with energetic partners

CAREER - ZUKRA

Suave Zukra rules Thula 10th navamsha containing uttamsha-Shani leadership

Suave Zukra rules Karakamsha bhava-6 illness, conflict, war


Shani * duro-karaka (endurance) * jara-karaka (years)

Atmakaraka = Governance

  • Shani-Meza * nichha * old blood-feuds * brain cramp * blocked bloodflow * muscle seizure * limits innovation * heavy old aggressions * fierce resistance * freezes new ideas * law of the winners * proletarian battles * must maintain dominance * contempt for independence * burdened by championship * bitter competitions * endurance contests * at times, survival requires great effort * obligation to fight * normalizes war * structural pressure upon head-brain * lurching forward push * conquest brings oppressive duty * must sustain physical supremacy * scarce vital resources
  • Shani in Bhava-12 * slow time-structured envisioning * burdensome duties in Other Worlds * limited privacy * must work with foreigners * socially invisible responsibilities * intimidating dreams * retreats from invisible phantoms * resists clairsentient guidance * cautiously conventional fantasies * fears imprisonment * regimented sanctuaries * lack of spontaneity in the bedroom * chronic insomnia * dried flow of interior inspiration * cold feet * psychic fatigue * mandatory isolation * tightly regulated scientific research * elders preserve the old enclosures

CAREER - SHANI

nichha-Shani-12 = inimical to marriage

Vriddhi-pati-11 creates a substantial Dhana-Yoga, but the work is demanding and the family of origin is not supportive Therefore, one begins with no capitalization from the family coffers. It is a yoga of self-made wealth via determination and hard work with regular delays and much resistance.

Judgmental Siblings

Shani-Meza * nichha occupies the emotionally talkative, communicative cohort evangelical instructional team-working administrative managerial announcing publishing reporting explanatory conversational lyrical messaging 3rd-from-Chandra

BJF had numerous siblings. As a youngster, Ben was sent by his parents to work as an indentured servant in his elder brother's printing business in Boston. Having quickly learned basic printing skills, and feeling abused by his exploitive brother, BJF broke his indenture and escaped to Philadelphia while still a teenager.

Many years later he repaired relations with his parents, but never forgave his punishing elder brother.

bhava-11 = elder siblings (generally) ruled by Mangala-8

Ketu in classroom-7 breaks contracts


Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka (ambition) * picchala-karaka (slippery)

  • Rahu-Urisha * uttama * shimmering illusion of storage * craving for preserved collections * unorthodox banking * over-reaching acquisitions * preposterous accumulations * mesmerizing treasure-hoards * fabulous inventories * exotic food stores * amazing ship-holds * fascinating warehouses * mask of historic conservatism * intriguing acts of barreling * exaggerated cooperage * extravagant containment * tantalizing libraries * marvelous hoards of valuables * seeks special importance via apparent (but perhaps not authentic) attributes of accrued wealth * entrancing lineage knowledge * thrilling speech-song * excitement of pricing * seeks privilege via value-keeper roles
  • Rahu in bhava-1 * passion for fleshly vitality * in svabhava of Competitive Kuja, the Shadowy Specter seeks privilege via glamorous physical visage * extraordinary athletic action * outsider who cleverly insinuates into a noble identity * smoky, oily aura * desires competitive advantage * exceptionally recognizable appearance * exhilarating force of nature * thrilling champion of non-standard lifestyles * social mobility via dynamic movement * powerful personality * innovative behavior challenges existing norms * culturally mixed self-image * embodies exciting new energies * self-promotion via blood-and-birth * double agent * over-reaching ambition for empowered individuality * craves special importance * trespasses cultural limitations of race-class-creed-gender * fascinating figure * may represent a cult of personality

Zukra-10 rules Rahu-3

BJF hailed from a long line of shopkeeper-tradesmen. He engaged in lifelong defense of the middle class against the financially privileged Penn family that owned title to most of Pennsylvania. Indicates a professional leadership life full of documents, scholarly commercial and political, specifically his self-owned printing business. Also his nice handwriting :)


Ketu * * kavandha-karaka (headless) * chidra-karaka (gaping) * vasana-karaka (vacuum)

  • Ketu-Vrizchika * uttama * detached Witness to hidden empowerments * weird discoveries * empty secrets * eccentric identity changes * dissolute penetrations * fearless toward catastrophic change * disregards terror * ignores restriction on initiations * uncertain rebirth * releases a red-black cloud of exploratory initiatives into the misty abyss
  • Ketu in classroom-7 * equably ambivalent toward agreements * absentee advocates * disregards contractual loyalties * disinterested in mutuality * wanders from the middle-balance * irrelevance of equity * surrenders alliances * abandons the usual covenants * ignores advice * incoherent promises * liberation via surrendered negotiations * unless other graha in 7, may prefer to live free from partners

CAREER - KETU

BJF travelled frequently to Britain and France. Disregarding (Ketu) the customs of the day, he was known to have had extramarital romantic interests specifically in England, where he resided on-and-off for years.

BJF was an exceptionally non-dogmatic writer, displaying a level of humorous neutrality rather rare in his ideologically contentious era.

This delightful aberration is due probably to the strength of articulatory Budha and corresponding weakness of lowest-common-denominator Shani, along with Ketu-9 dispersion of catechism and dogma. Notably, BF advised his son that older women (Shani) make better partners, despite the popular beliefs being quite the contrary.

Weakness when manageable presents opportunities for growth.

Ketu-Vrizchika * the emotionally dignified , social-ordering, leadership-seeking; 10th-from-Chandra contains Ketu, suggesting his lifetime reluctance (indeed refusal) to hold elected or appointed public office -- despite his popularity with other leaders and generally with the public

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